Hindard Resort Koh Kood
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... had our towels made into swans on our beds. I’m not even sure we can call it a hotel as it only has 8 rooms but it was amazing. The hotel’s restaurant specialised in seafood but also had a delicious selection of curries. Our first night we munched down our food at a table that had no floor so our legs dangled above the water while getting ridiculously drunk on cocktails. The following day we were up and raring to go despite last night’s consumption of ...
... at it. If that is not enough adversity the monkeys then jump all over the buildings and pull guttering down to make a comfortable seat for themselves, and occasionally throw tiles down, hopefully missing guests.
We managed to watch the Wimbledon men's final in a bar in the nearby village and ate out there a couple of times. One bar in particular was friendly and had good food but one day we walked past to see one of the staff with a nit comb carefully extracting lice from a ...
... go snorkeling, we just wanted to get back to land. The ocean was too rough to dock at our beach so we had to go to otres 2 and tuk tuk back. We quickly changed, showered, ate and headed into town for bible study at Dan and Belinda's. Belinda made a chocolate cake for Aaron after meeting. It was delicious!
May 23, 2013
Dan and Belinda are taking us for a tour today around Sihanoukville and to some waterfalls. We rented motors and ...
... again, we've got their card. Arriving at PK 208 felt like coming home, everybody came to say hello and the two dogs Popka and Kepe went crazy jumping around and licking and cuddling us. Great fun ! We took a shower had some nice noodle soup with vegetables and chicken which off course I had to share a little bit with Popka as she come's and sit next to me with her "I'm so hungry eyes" :-). Then we went for a walk, had a coffee and went back. I chatted with Lionel for a bit and than went to ...
... shack was all I could see. But as we got closer and closer, the green became much more varied. Several different types of trees made themselves apparent as did many vines climbing over them all. Occasionally the bright spark of fuchsia could be seen. Arriving just after the rainy season, everything is lush and full.
The road on Koh Chang wound through the trees like a child's scribble, but with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting